As the Highland club gears up for a tilt at the Championship title next season, Ross County FC looking for every ounce of support from the stands for what promises to be a titanic season-long battle. McEwan Fraser Legal’s latest campaign will offer 100 kids the opportunity to appear in the club’s official team picture for the new campaign. A golden ticket will be provided for each of the first 100 junior-sized home kits sold. The initiative comes as Ross County kick-off a new two-year partnership with McEwan Fraser Legal. Read more here.
Modelling the stunning new kit was the signing that has stunned the Highlands, Iain Vigurs – who penned a two-year deal at the Global Energy Arena last week – and Tony Dingwall. McEwan Fraser Legal Chief Executive Ken McEwan comments: “We are delighted to be able to support Ross County, this coming season. “It’s sure to be a very tough battle in the Championship and with some of the other clubs lining up in the division, there will be some big, big games along the way. “We know how important the supporters are to Ross County, and so as they prepare to dig in for the challenges ahead we thought a big, big official team picture would reinforce the message of everyone being in it “together”.”
“It’s great to kick off our two-season agreement with new kit sponsor McEwan Fraser Legal with such an exciting initiative,” said General Manager, Emily Wilson. “It’s brilliant that 100 young fans will have the chance to be part of our team photo! It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity! “Many of our young fans were actually involved in choosing the design for our new Away kit by Macron,” added Wilson.
“The tartan design with a return to red for our change kit was instantly popular with our fans and it was the clear winner in the poll the club ran. “The new Home kit, which is also a bespoke design, is quite different from last season’s. The feedback from the players and managers has been really positive and we expect it to be really popular with our supporters.” Ross County’s kit is supplied by Macron. Country Manager Andrea Palilla adds:
“Macron is delighted with the outcome of the new bespoke kits, working very closely with the club and fans. “We used a more modern design keeping the classic Navy with red and white trims for the home kit while we are introducing a red as away kit a more classic tartan theme. We hope the shirts will help Ross County to return back to the Scottish Premiership!” Here are some photos when Ross County launched their new home and away kits, with a stunning promotion for kids in partnership with McEwan Fraser Legal.